Source:source: aud taped by Jerry Moore; 1)cassette master>10.5" reel @ 7.5 ips, dolby b provides a majority of the show, 2)Scarlet>Fire provided by cassette master patched from same rig>JM's cassette>reel (as above) 3)The One More Sat Nite encore is from the newly discovered original cassette master; lineage for source 1 (with exceptions noted above): aud cassette master: sony ecm 33p's>sony tc-153, maxell udxLII90's/dolby b>aud 1st gen: made on Sony TC-755 w/Teac an-180 dolby unit, Scotch Classic 10.5" reels; transfer: technics rs-1506 open reel>teac an-180 dolby b unit>tascam hd-p2 24/96>flac; encore: nak dragon>tascam hd-p2 24/96>pc>flac; new transfers by Rob Berger spring 2011; mastering, pitch correction, and seeded by Charlie Miller Taped by:Jerry Moore Transferred by:Charlie Miller, Rob Berger Keywords:Audience; Jerry Moore; Charlie Miller; Rob Berger
Minglewood Blues, Loser, El Paso, They Love Each Other, Jack Straw, Deal, Lazy Lightning > Supplication, Brown Eyed Women, Mama Tried, Row Jimmy, Dancin' In The Streets
Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain, Estimated Prophet, Saint Stephen > Not Fade Away > Saint Stephen > Morning Dew
July 1, 2012 Subject:
amazed as well
Great sound from a great great show that I just cant stop listening to. First show was in 88 but good music is good music no matter what year you're listening to it in.
5 stars all the way.
long live, long ago...
May 15, 2012 Subject:
Another recording that I first heard on 88.1 KDHX in St. Louis.
I was attracted to it when I heard it and also when the DJ reported that some people think this concert never went on stage, that it was a social experiment some thought was planted within their minds by the CIA (or something along those lines). And I have to say, this show sounds noticeably different than most shows by the Dead. I love their older shows from the 60s and 70s and this is one that will keep my interest for a while. I'd love to hear from others, their experience at this show and other "conspiracy" theories as the DJ at KDHX noted. Some stories fascinate me and some sounds just blow me away!
Happy listening and glad you found this recording as well!
Reviewer:Evan S. Hunt -
November 19, 2011 Subject:
How Moore & Miller Do It...
to capture and re-present how it was done ... continues to amaze.
'Tis a primer in tasteful compression. Caff, caff.
Near the conclusion of Morning Dew, my body and soul entered the state of total ecstasy.
Jerry Moore (R.I.P), whom I never met, but communed with upon occasions numerous, had a knack of recording this band. Charlie Miller, also whom I have never met, has a supreme knack of doctoring these old recordings to make 'em sound lustrous and vibrant.
Neither of these gentlemen have I ever met, but I know we have stood close to one another on more than one instance...
And it feels like I am standing next to them right now.